Keier Business Center, Myanmar – an award-winning business center in Yangon, Myanmar, was designed in collaboration with local architect U Maw Lin who created the space with the idea of enabling businesses to work in a high-quality, modern environment, set in a serviced office setting – which was undoubtedly the first of its kind at that time.
All offices are fully furnished, well-equipped spaces built in separate, private rooms to maintain a quiet, conducive setting for clients.
Situated at MAC Tower, the business center is located in the heart of Yangon, Myanmar’s economic capital. The surrounding areas are occupied by banks, eateries, hotels, colonial-styled government buildings and famous landmarks.
With attractive and flexible pricing designed to meet a range of goals and requirements for its clients, the company aims to break down the barriers of entry for companies looking to set up space in Yangon.
The Keier Business Center, Myanmar, has established itself as a leading provider of serviced offices and other business solutions, offering more than a space by being a one-stop-shop for all its clients’ business needs.
The company strives to establish long-term relationships with its clients, and continues to assist in their requirements long after they have gone on to establish their office space elsewhere.
Clientele range from SMEs to multinational corporations, covering a multitude of industries and geographies from across the globe.
Project: Keier Business Center
Developer: The Keier Group
Product: Serviced Office
Architect: U Maw Lin, (Vice President of
the Association for Myanmar
Location: No. 561, 563, 565, 567, Merchant Street, #801 – 804, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar
Launch: January 2013
Facilities: Spacious reception, Internet-ready meeting rooms with presentation boards and TVs, pantry, office equipment to support day-to-day work including copying and printing, 24/7 access, as well as a generator and transformer for uninterrupted power supply
Sales office: +(95) 1 378 410 (Myanmar) and +(65) 9782 8037 (Singapore)